The ACC Deputy Assistant Director Sharif Uddin filed the case with its Integrated District Office 2 on Thursday
Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Thursday sued 17 people, including public officials and policemen accusing them of helping Rohingyas get Bangladesh National Identity (NID) cards and passports.
The ACC Deputy Assistant Director Sharif Uddin filed the case with its Integrated District Office 2 on Thursday.
The accused officials and policemen are -- former inspector of Cox's Bazar Special Branch (SB) of police S M Mizanur Rahman (now working at Patuakhali Control room), former inspector of Cox's Bazar SB police Ruhul Amin (now serving as officer in charge of Begumganj police station), former inspector of Cox's Bazar SB police Prbash Chandra Dhar (now working as inspector in DIG office of Rangpur), and additional regional officer of Comilla election office Mozammel Hossain.
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The other accused are the Rohingyas who illegally obtained the Bangladeshi passports.
An ACC probe found that the accused were helping each other to acquire false NID cards and birth certificates.
According to police, the crime took place from July 28, 2008 to September 30, 2019.